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    RANGERS are looking to win a European trophy for the first time since 1972 as they face Frankfurt in the Europa League final. And should they achieve that, they will enter the Champions League group stage for the first time since 2010/11. 1Rangers are looking to earn an automatic Champions League place by winning the Europa League finalCredit: Alamy But what happens if Rangers fail to beat the German side? FREE BETS AND SIGN UP DEALS - BEST NEW CUSTOMER OFFERS Can Rangers qualify for the Champions League if they lose the Europa League final? If Rangers win the Europa League, they will enter next season's Champions League and do so as one of eight top seeds. However, they can still play Champions League football even if they lose to Frankfurt. And they will play in the Europa League group stage at a minimum next season, regardless of their result in Seville. Thanks to Rangers and Celtic's improved European performances over the past five years, Scotland is entitled to two Champions League qualifying places. The Scottish Premiership winner typically enters...
    Finnish freestyle skier Jon Sallinen sent a camera operator flying during his first run in Thursday's halfpipe qualifying after misjudging one of his tricks. Sallinen was halfway through his run when he lost control on the left lip of the pipe, soaring over the edge and clipping the camera to send the operator crashing to the snow. Sallinen dropped back into the pipe to complete his run and the judges were very unimpressed, giving him a score of 18 out of 100, and the camera operator was soon back up on their feet as qualifying continued. Finnish freestyle skier Jon Sallinen crashed into a cameraman in halfpipe qualifying The Finn lost control on the lip of the pipe halfway through his first qualifying run  He clipped the camera to send both the operator and himself crashing into the snow Wait for it ???? Finland's Jon Sallinen gives the freeski halfpipe cameraman an extreme close-up.#Beijing2022 #BBCOlympics— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) February 17, 2022 RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Great Britain dramatically seal their place in semi-finals... Team...
    By PAT GRAHAM ZHANGJIAKOU, China (AP) — For snowboarder Chloe Kim, it was just a leisurely stroll through the halfpipe on a crisp morning with snowflakes periodically falling. No big risks. No big tricks. Just another routine day at her office. The defending Olympic champion from Torrance cruised through the halfpipe on her first run and scored an 87.75, good enough for the top spot in women’s qualifying Wednesday at Genting Snow Park. The 21-year-old turned it up a notch in run No. 2 but fell on her switch backside 720. She raised her hand as if to say, “Oh well.” She playfully stuck out her tongue while waiting for her score. Mitsuki Ono of Japan was second in qualifying. This a day after appearing to be bothered by a hip ailment in training and in some discomfort. Cai Xuetong of China had the third-best score in qualifying, with Queralt Castellet of Spain also in the mix. The biggest surprise was the performance of American Maddie Mastro, who finished just outside of the top...
    ZHANGJIAKOU, China (AP) — For snowboarder Chloe Kim, it was just a leisurely stroll through the halfpipe on a crisp morning with snowflakes periodically falling. No big risks. No big tricks. Just another routine day at her office. The defending Olympic champion’s cruise through the halfpipe on her first run scored a 87.75 and was good enough for the top spot in women’s qualifying Wednesday at Genting Snow Park. The 21-year-old from California turned it up a notch in run No. 2 but fell on her switch backside 720. She raised her hand as if to say, “Oh well.” She playfully stuck out her tongue while waiting for her score. Mitsuki Ono of Japan was second in qualifying. This a day after appearing to be bothered by a hip ailment in training and in some discomfort. Cai Xuetong of China had the third-best score in qualifying, with Queralt Castellet of Spain also in the mix. The biggest surprise was the performance of American Maddie Mastro, who finished just outside of the top 12 that advanced to Thursday’s final. She had...
    08/27/2021 On at 22:00 CEST The american Jamie loeb, number 194 of the WTA, won in the qualifying round of the US Open by 6-4 and 7 (7) -6 (2) in one hour and fifty-two minutes to the Romanian player Mihaela buzarnescu, number 154 of the WTA. After this result, we will see the player in the next phase of the US Open. The Romanian tennis player managed to break the serve once, while the American tennis player, for her part, managed it twice. In addition, Loeb was 58% effective on the first serve, committed 2 double faults and got 65% of the service points, while his opponent achieved 69% effectiveness, made 2 double faults and won 63% of points to serve. In the tournament New York (US Open) there is previously a qualification phase where the tennis players with the lowest rankings face each other to get into the official tournament against the rest of the applicants. To do this, they must collect as many points as possible. During this specific phase, a total...
    08/27/2021 On at 04:30 CEST Ivo Karlovic, Croatian, number 223 in the ATP, won in the qualifying round of the US Open in two hours and five minutes by 7-5, 6 (1) -7 (7) and 6-2 to Hugo dellien, Bolivian tennis player, number 137 of the ATP. With this result, the winner manages to add new points to his ranking to participate in the US Open. The match data show that Karlovic managed to break his rival’s serve 4 times, had a 75% effectiveness in the first service, committed 4 double faults and achieved 78% of the service points. As for the Bolivian, he managed to break the serve once, achieved 84% effectiveness, committed a double fault and won 66% of the service points. In the tournament New York (US Open) a preliminary qualification phase is carried out in which the players with the lowest ranking have to obtain the highest possible score to be able to participate in the official tournament. 239 tennis players participate in this specific phase. In total, a total of...
    08/26/2021 at 11:45 AM CEST . The ACCIONA SAINZ XE Team, made up of Laia Sanz and Carlos Sainz, faces this weekend the thaw in the Arctic X Prix, third round of the inaugural season of Extreme E, the electric off-road championship that combats climate change and promotes gender equality. The pair of Spanish pilots will face one of the greatest challenges of climate change: the arctic thaw derived from the global warming process of the planet. The team finished fourth in the Desert X Prix and suffered a mechanical breakdown in the most recent event on the calendar, the Ocean X Prix. The Greenland test will be held near the town of Kangerlussuaq, on a course built on land once occupied by the now shrinking Russell Glacier. It is the first automobile test that the island hosts in its history. The Arctic X Prix presents novelties in the competition format. The main one is in the number of cars that will take part in the final: five, instead of four. The qualifying session is no...
    Sifan Hassan pulled off an epic comeback in the 1,500-meter. Petr David Josek/AP Images Dutch runner Sifan Hassan fell down on the final lap of the 1,500-meter qualifier at the Olympics. Hassan then made an incredible comeback over the final lap to win the race. Hassan is competing in the 1,500-, 5,000-, and 10,000-meter at the Olympics. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Dutch runner Sifan Hassan pulled off one of the most impressive comebacks of the Tokyo Olympics to keep her medal chances alive in the 1,500 meters. On the final lap of the four-lap race, Hassan bumped into another runner and fell. Over the final lap, Hassan made up ground in stunning fashion, eventually pulling past the competition to win the heat. Hassan tripped over another runner just as the final lap began. via Claro Sports Hassan then got back on her feet and picked up the pace, quickly making ground on the rest of the pack. Hassan was in 11th place among 13 runners when she began the final lap. About 35 seconds after...
    07/29/2021 at 05:45 CEST Fátima Gálvez will not be in the individual pit final after missing two shots in his last qualifying run. Her total result of 116 hits (22-24-22-25-23) in 125 shots places her in thirteenth position, tied with four other shooters and outside the top six positions, which gave access to the final of the category in the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. The Andalusian was four successes away from entering the tiebreaker to go to the last round. Czech Rehak was perfect, with a full 125 hits, and came first in the qualifying series. For its part, Alberto Fernández still has options to reach the men’s final, although for this he must be absolutely precise in his fifth qualifying round.
    Simone Biles has entered these Olympics as Tokyo's defining athlete; an individual creating a new lexicon and limits. Her supremacy had seemed beyond question. The sight of her marching stony-faced out of the gymnastics arena yesterday, fastidiously avoiding eye contact with those looking to ask questions about her performance, was a salutary reminder that no-one is above the contest. The uncertainties of sport are what make it so compelling. Some perspective is needed. Biles made three extraordinary false steps, with flawed dismounts on the beam and vault, as well as a twisting double back somersault which sent her flying out of bounds on the floor.  Simone Biles gave her rivals hope on a rare off day for the American at the Olympics The 24-year-old made uncharacteristic errors during her beam, vault and floor routines Biles could have five gold medals around her neck by the end of play on Tuesday though She failed to make the uneven bars final. Yet she still finished all-round qualifying in first spot and could win five golds in Tuesday's finals. But...
    More On: 2020 olympics American swimming legend edged by rival in Olympic upset John Lennon’s ‘Imagine,’ blared at the Olympics, is a totalitarian’s anthem Teen swimmer advances to Olympic swimming final after tragic year Tunisian teen swimmer wins shocking gold medal The third day of the Tokyo Olympics is slated to be another one jam-packed with high-intensity events. Monday is expected to see big wins from the United States in the day’s swimming finals from Katie Ledecky and Lilly King. In addition, the U.S. softball team will face rival Japan, who defeated the United States to take home the gold in 2008. The broadcasts will be a mixture of live events and recordings. In addition to watching them on television, fans can stream the Olympics on Peacock, NBCOlympics.com and on the NBC Sports App. Here are the Olympic events for Monday, July 26, and where you can watch them. The mixed doubles table tennis finals will take place on Monday, July 26.AFP via Getty Images NBC 12 p.m. – 5 p.m. Canoe Slalom – Men’s FinalWomen’s...
    She Made It! The Challenges Theresa Jones Welcomes 3rd Baby With T.J. Money’s most influential: Where Americans get their financial advice The 2021 Tokyo Olympics are nearly here. After a year-long postponement due to the COVID-10 pandemic, the best athletes in the world are gathering in Japan to participate in 28 different sports in the hopes of earning a gold medal. After such a long wait, athletes and fans alike are excited about the event. There will be some soccer and softball action going on before the Olympics begin, but the opening ceremony will mark the official start of the 2021 Summer Games. The opening ceremony certainly will be fun to watch, but it will also be a bit poignant as the world reunites for the Olympics in wake of a devastating pandemic that is still at the forefront of everyone's mind. Here's everything you need to know about the Olympic opening ceremony and how to watch it as these long-awaited Olympics draw nearer and nearer. MORE: Watch the 2021 Olympics live with fuboTV (7-day free trial) When do the...
    Former U.S. House sergeant-at-arms denies optics dictated security at Capitol Jan. 6 Merrick Garland draws sharp contrast with William Barr by saying it is plain to me that systemic racism exists in US The USGA announced Tuesday the 11 final qualifying sites for this year's U.S. Open at Torrey Pines. © Provided by Golf Channel The 36-hole qualifiers will take place either May 24 (Texas, Japan) or June 7 (the other nine qualifiers). Open qualifying for the June 17-20 national championship returns this year after being canceled in 2020 because of the COVID-19 pandemic. However, the annual U.K. qualifier remains off of the schedule. Instead, a three-event qualifying series on the European Tour will be used to determine those spots. The top 10 aggregate point earners from the Betfred British Masters, Made in HimmerLand and Porsche European Open will be exempt into the U.S. Open. “The U.S. Open is a uniquely democratic championship that offers thousands of golfers of all backgrounds a chance to qualify through a traditional two-stage process that was established in 1959,” said John Bodenhamer, USGA senior managing director,...
    Jimmy Fallon, Seth Meyers, More Stars Pay Tribute to Regis Philbin What is a home warranty, and do I need one? The USMNT’s World Cup qualifying schedule appears set, but COVID-19 will have the final say CONCACAF’s announcement Monday afternoon that it had settled on a new format and schedule for its 2022 World Cup qualifying tournament was welcome news for United States men’s national team fans, many who have been wondering since the global coronavirus pandemic hit almost six months ago when the USMNT might be able to take the field again.  © Provided by Yahoo! Sports CONCACAF's revised World Cup qualifying schedule would have Christian Pulisic and the United States back on the field by October. How realistic that is remains to be seen. (Robin Alam/Getty Images) The plan would see the Americans play friendly matches this fall, possibly in Europe, where a pair of exhibitions slated for March were cancelled because of the health crisis. The semifinals of the inaugural Nations League would follow in March 2021, with the U.S. taking on Honduras for a spot in...
    GENEVA (AP) — Match schedules and venues for international soccer in Europe disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic will be decided by UEFA next week. The Champions League, for this season and next, and the postponed European Championship playoffs and final tournament are at the top of the executive committee agenda published by UEFA on Thursday. UEFA has made plans to resume the Champions League and Europa League — both stalled in March during the round of 16 — by playing single games in August in one city. Lisbon is favored for the Champions League and Frankfurt is a contender for the Europa League. The final matches had been scheduled to be played in May in Istanbul and Gdansk, Poland, respectively. The qualifying rounds for next season’s Champions League should start before this season’s edition ends, and the group stage could be delayed to October from its usual mid-September start. Euro 2020 was scheduled to open on Friday in Rome and be played in 12 different countries. It was postponed by one year. At Thursday’s meeting, UEFA wants to confirm...
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